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TT Liquor

  • Shoreditch
  • After Work
  • £££

An intimate cellar basement beneath a liquor store serving classic cocktails and plates from pop-up kitchens.

Information

Address
17 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AA
Contact
+44 (0) 20 3131 2908
Opening Times
Mon-Sun 17.00-23.00

Reviews

  • Just Opened London

    Just Opened London Says…

    From the outside, it looks like an upscale spirits shop, but TT Liquor is a dark horse. The space is, in fact, a multi-faceted venue comprised of a bottle shop, a cocktail bar with a plethora of courses and tastings available to book... TT Liquor is the perfect spot to enjoy great cocktails made by professional mixologists in a private setting, all for a very reasonable price. Or to find delicious original spirits to shine at your next dinner party. Or to learn how to make a cocktail. What more could you ask for?

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  • The Nudge

    The Nudge Says…

    Downstairs, the vintage-style bar is surrounded by small alcove areas which formerly made up the jail cells (the reprobates they host these days are probably there to take one of the guided ‘tasting experiences’ including classes on whisky, rum, gin, plus local & worldwide beers), while the cocktails on offer are drawn from historical eras dating back to the Belle Epoque, right through to the present day. You’ll find quenchers like the Midnight Run (blending rum, port, blackberries, and syrup); the Dorian (mixing whisky and hazelnut syrup); and the Dante Cooler (whose floral Gamay wine is offset with blood orange puree & raspberries).

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    Shonky staircases lead down to a decrepit Dickensian warren: the former Kingsland Road police station, its hobbit-height cells and forbidding interview rooms recast as a dark brick-lined basement. We’re happy to be banged-up in this singular Shoreditch sensation. Cracking cocktails are matched to food from pop-up caterers; a wet Vodkatini made with pickling vinegar is harmoniously paired with Iraqi haggis, for instance.

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